FIFA President Joseph S. Blatter: "I find the
Emblem enormously pleasing. I'm absolutely sure Arena
Deutschland will provide an impressive stage for women's
football at the FIFA Women's World Cup 2011."
DFB President Dr Theo Zwanziger: "As it was in 2006, our objective with the logo on this occasion is to convey the incomparable emotions which can only be awakened by football."
DFB General Secretary Wolfgang Niersbach: "We had a fantastic atmosphere throughout the nation at the 2006 World Cup. Now we have a new symbol to carry the passion forward - Arena Deutschland."
Tatjana Haenni, Head of Women's Football in the FIFA
Competitions Department: "I really like the logo,
particularly because it expresses the enormous global development
of women's football and also its strengths, namely enjoyment,
energy and elegance, as well as showing that football is something
for all of society,".
Franz Beckenbauer, FIFA Executive Committee member and 2006 FIFA World Cup™ OC President: "The logo is an essential component of the event, summarising the organisers' aims. It is the tournament's formal distinguishing feature, an orientation point for all the preparatory work. That's why it's important to unveil the logo at the earliest possible opportunity."
Steffi Jones, FIFA Women's World Cup 2011 OC President: "The logo has real flair and it's packed with meaning. Our OC is aiming for a terrific atmosphere at full stadiums. My greatest wish is for that to spill out of the stadiums in huge waves and transform Germany into one huge, passionate arena."
Germany men's coach Joachim Low: "I think it's a great success. It expresses what a global tournament should be all about: a tremendous atmosphere, first-class football and plenty of passion."
Germany women's coach Silvia Neid: "I'm delighted it's such a snappy logo, something we'll have with us as a motivating factor over the next three years, on and off the field. It'll be a permanent reminder of this fantastic tournament and all the goals associated with it."